- v. present participle of dribble.
- n. the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks
“The trainers call out their instructions, saying that they want to see short, quick passes and that dribbling is forbidden.”
“They exploded with a sweetly tart perfume flavor and with chin dribbling juice at each bite.”
“He had five turnovers but his new-found confidence in dribbling the ball has increased his ability to have assists and make his teammates better. '”
“Vin stood surrounded by death, bloodied coins dribbling from her stunned fingers.”
“To him, magic was coins dribbling from the nose, bunnies popping up unexpectedly, giant kender.”
“dribbling" - another crass joke that was jumped on by critics.”
“Maybe it needs a shot of antibiotics if it's "dribbling".”
“What can be said in favor of a sport that involves 'dribbling'?”
“HEMMER: Take that last point another -- they're kind of dribbling out the information, aren't they, kind of dribbling out the pictures?”
“A ball may also be worked forward or to any advantageous point of the ground by bounding or "dribbling" in this way before batting it.”
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